ECOOP is the premier forum in Europe for bringing together practitioners, - searchers, and students to share their ideas and experiences in a broad range of disciplines woven with the common thread of object technology. It is a we- integrated collage of events, including outstanding invited speakers, carefully refereed technical papers, real-world experiences in the form of practitioner - ports, exciting panels, topic-focused workshops, late-breaking demonstrations, and an interactive posters session. The 17th ECOOP conference marks another year of continued success for object-oriented programming, both as the subject of intensive academic study, and as a primary vehicle for industrial software development. The expanding ?eld of applications and challenges for object technology guarantees many more years of fruitful investigation; high-quality conferences such as ECOOP re?ect and support the vitality of the area. Thisyear, the programcommittee reviewed88submissions, ofwhich 18 were acceptedforpublicationafter a thoroughreviewingprocess.Eachpaper received at least 4 reviews, and was evaluated on relevance, novelty, signi?cance, clarity, originality, andcorrectness.Thetopicscoveredinclude: aspectsandcomponents; patterns, architectureandcollaboration;object-orientedmodeling;typesystems; implementation techniques;and formaltechniques and methodology.Invited - persbyMaryFernandez, andCarlGunterarealsoincludedintheseproceedings, as well as the abstract of an invited talk by Mart ?n Abadi.qAs an example, Figure 1 (lower-right) shows a simple prototype of a plotter that can be used in this scenario. When the plotter is moved into a given production hall, we want its behavior extended so that all relevant commands and service callsanbsp;...
|Title||:||ECOOP 2003 - Object-Oriented Programming|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2003-07-09|